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Mindsets

mindsets

Hi AwesoMEr’s

This month I want you to think about how you learn and face challenges.

Ever wanted to learn or do something new but told yourself you don’t have the smarts or ability so you didn’t even try?

Or when it got too hard, you told yourself ‘I’m just not good at this, there’s no point’ and stopped? Or even thought ‘I don’t want to look stupid or fail in front of others so I won’t try’.

I have.

What I now know is that this way of thinking is known as a fixed mindset. And it can limit us from achieving our goals and dreams.

The opposite of a fixed mindset is a growth mindset.

A growth mindset means we approach new and challenging tasks with the view that we don’t know how to do something YET. However, given hard work, perseverance, and a willingness to make and learn from mistakes, we can learn and do incredible things. While we may never be a global sports star or win a Pulitzer Prize, we can develop and grow our abilities to achieve our own personal goals.

In Module 10: Mindsets of The Resilience Toolkit eCourse we are talking about how to switch to a growth mindset and learn to face new challenges.

Get Module 10 Here

Next month, as we face down the end of the year I want to expand on this month’s topic and many of the others we’ve covered to look at how we can challenge negative thoughts and deal with failure – for ourselves and others around us. If we make mistakes, or if we have a negative experience, what thinking tools do we have to pick ourselves back up. The ultimate resilience goal!

See you then,

Juliet


Get the complete 12 module ‘The Resilience Toolkit‘ eCourse…

resilience toolkitAt AwesoME Inc we have created The Resilience Toolkit eCourse and are currently releasing one module per month direct to you. Starting in January we introduced to you our Resilience Toolkit with Module 1: an Introduction, in which I asked you to do a resilience stock-take. If you haven’t already signed up to receive this FREE Module to begin your journey, you can do so here.

In Module 2, we started focusing on the theme of RELAX, where I show you how to get familiar and regularly practicing two of the easiest and most well researched relaxation techniques – Breathing & Guided Meditation. The RELAX theme is continued in Module 3, with how to calm your mind using Mindfulness and again in Module 4 where we go in depth into the practice of Gratitude.

Next Module 5 introduces you to the theme of MOVE with Move Fast and continued in Module 6 with Move Slow.

Our next theme of ENGAGE started with Module 7: Social Connection where we learnt how to build on our social connected-ness and Module 8: Communicate, shows us how we can communicate effectively and positively with others. Module 9: Contribution completes this theme where we show you how to find your passion and what gives your life meaning.

And next is the theme of DEVELOP and this latest installment starts with Mindsets and how you can change your own mindset.

For more information about The Resilience Toolkit eCourse click on the button below.

The Resilience Toolkit eCourse

About Juliet Battersby

Juliet BattersbyJuliet Battersby is a registered Educational Psychologist who has worked in special education with the Ministry of Education, with serving personnel and their families in the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF), and assessing children’s cognitive and academic functioning in private practice.

Juliet has an MA(Hons) endorsed in Clinical Psychology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Psychology. She is a registered Educational Psychologist with the New Zealand Psychologists Board.

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